Friday, June 29, 2018


Currently in Manistique MI (Low 56 Increasing Clouds; Not as Warm High 73) 

The Manistique Lighthouse, officially the Manistique East Breakwater Lighthouse, stands thirty-five feet tall, and was commissioned in 1915. It sits at the mouth of the Manistique River, a fire engine red lighthouse constructed of steel plates. It provides safe passage to commercial and recreational boaters.

We were surprised and happy that we could see the lighthouse, first while we were setting up.

Then from our dining room window.

We walked to the beach and got a closeup view.

We got a couple of pictures of the lighthouse from Lakeview Park.

If you can believe this, we took this picture standing in our front door a windy day.

We'll end with a picture of the Strawberry Moon, which was redder to the naked eye than this picture shows. 

We never got tired of viewing the lighthouse, hope you didn't get tired of all the photos.

Till next time,

Bob and Jo

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